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Zones and Functional Areas (FA) to be Supported

The TDL Team has chosen to support four of the geographic zones and nine functional areas as identified in the SeaPort-e Rolling Admissions SOW (shown below in Table 1).

Functional Area Zone
  2 3 4 6
3.1  R&D Support X X X X
3.2 Engineering Support X X X X
3.4  Prototyping X   X X
3.5 System Des Doc/Tech Data X X X X
3.6 Software X X X X
3.7  RM&A X   X X
3.12  IS/IA/IT X X X X
3.16  Acquisition Logistics X X X X
3.20  Program Support X X X X

Table 1. The TDL Team Presence by Functional Area and Zone

FA 3.1 Research and Development Support (C.3.1)

Contract: NNG06EB68C, Zone: 2, Role: Sub. (ZIN) MMS Satellite Program Support – In this ongoing effort, ZIN is developing a breadboard accelerometer system for the NASA GSFC MMS Satellite Program which meets demanding system level (accelerometer and electronics) performance and data processing requirements.

Contract: N65236-03-D-3827, Zone: 3, Role: Prime. (ARINC) Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance Support. ARINC provided engineering services support to the Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center, Charleston, Air Traffic Control (ATC) Systems Engineering Division (Code 31). Support included: high level engineering, system integration, planning, research, development, software support, logistics and project management. ARINC was responsible for research, analysis and translation of data in qualitative and quantitative technical requirements to allow for planning and project start-up (including site survey and analysis), identification of requirements, statement of existing systems/equipments/technologies, considerations and comparisons of candidate solutions, recommendations, scheduling and implementing schedule, work breakdown structures, logistics support, and cost.

Contract: FA8538-08-C-0004, Zone: 4, Role: Prime. (TDL) TDL is implementing an engineering solution to replace the existing Advanced Lighting Control System (ALCS), which will control over 500 lighting channels in the C-130H aircraft. The unit has to control the lighting intensity of various zones to comply with NVIS requirements, as well as thunderstorm lighting conditions. Sensors have to be implemented to monitor the current of each channel and also monitor the thermal profile in the unit to make sure that over 1KW power is handled without any adverse effects on the electronic circuit. TDL will characterize the unit on the aircraft, since no technical data or GFE are available. TDL will provide an engineering solution that can handle the desired power and associated transducers to monitor the desired parameters in real time.

Contract: N66001-05-D-5006, Zone: 6, Role: Prime. (ARINC) ARINC provided engineering services support to: Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center, San Diego, Navigation and Applied Sciences Department (Code 230); SPAWAR System Center, San Diego (SSC San Diego) Global Positioning and Navigation Systems Division (Code 231) and Marine Navigation Division (Code 232); and Global Positioning System (GPS) Joint Program Office in El Segundo, CA. The support includes systems engineering, integration, systems analysis, research, development, testing and implementation of software and hardware.

FA 3.2 Engineering, System Engineering, and Process Engineering Support (C.3.2)

Contract: N00178-04-D-4148/0005, Zone: 2, Role: Prime. (TSM) Navy Reserve Logistics and Maintenance Life Cycle Support – TSM supplied personnel, services, capabilities, materials, equipment, and facilities to support Product Area Directorates related to Ships and Ship Systems and Surface Warfare Logistics and Maintenance. Tasks encompassed those efforts necessary to ensure developments in logistics and maintenance of CNRFC weapon systems were compatible and consistent with objectives of these Product Area Directorates. TSM developed training systems, both classroom and computer-based, using traditional and interactive training media.

Contract: N65236-03-D-3827, Zone: 3, Role: Prime. (ARINC) See FA 3.1, Zone 3.

Contract: FA8540-06-C-0020, Zone: 4, Role: Prime. (TDL) TDL is redesigning 3 circuit card assemblies (CCAs) in the AN/ALE-47 Electronic Warfare Countermeasures Dispensing System used by the US Air Force and Navy. TDL is also building prototypes, performing qualification tests, and preparing a technical data package for the redesigned CCAs. The contract objectives are (1) to improve the Reliability, Maintainability and Availability of the ALE-47 system and (2) to mitigate obsolescence issues so that ALE-47 system is more sustainable. TDL innovative designs will improve the reliability of the Programmer Power Supply CCA and double the available power, while still maintaining form, fit and functional compatibility. All the CCAs are being redesigned using components which will be available from the parts manufacturers for at least 5 years, overcoming significant obsolescence issues. The new designs will increase Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) of this EW system.

Contract: NNJ05HF17C, Zone: 6, Role: Sub. (ZIN) NASA Crew Exploration Vehicle Development – ZIN was a significant subcontractor in the Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV/Orion) Phase I development project. ZIN contributions to the Electrical Power System (EPS) included: requirements analysis, cost/cost-performance trade-offs feasibility analysis, regulatory compliance support, and evaluating conceptual designs. ZIN created a detailed model for spacecraft energy balance, including loads having on/off/duty cycle status that varies with time. ZIN produced data were used to determine the feasibility of the proposed spacecraft power storage and production subsystems, determining how well the proposed EPS would perform while providing adequate power and a positive energy balance for all missions and mission-phases. ZIN services included the definition and interpretation of high-level engineering performance requirements--spanning projects, systems and missions--and evaluating the objectives and proposed approaches in relation to NASA goals.

FA 3.4 Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support (C.3.4)

Contract: M67854-06-F-4903, Zone: 2, Role: Prime. (Smartronix) In collaboration with Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC), Smartronix engineers configured the Tactical Collaborative Work Suite (TCWS) to be a high-availability, highly scalable, and redundant enterprise architecture supporting the collaboration and C2 requirements of the tactical warfighter and staff. The Smartronix solution removed several single-points of failure, on both the software and hardware levels, ensuring maximum uptime. In support of System Fabrication and Assembly, the Smartronix Hardware Team designed the ruggedized case layout, rack configurations, custom power distribution modules, custom drawers and foam inlays, custom accessory transport cases, and complete cabling diagrams. The system follows ISO standards for labeling, center of gravity tagging, and parts identification and UL standards for safety.

Contract: FA8540-06-C-0020, Zone: 4, Role: Prime. (TDL) See FA 3.2, Zone 4.

Contract: N66001-05-D-5006, Zone: 6, Role: Prime. (ARINC) See FA 3.1, Zone 6.

FA 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data Support (C.3.5)

Contract: N00178-04-D-4148/FD01, Zone: 2, Role: Prime. (TSM) TSM assisted NSWC Carderock Division Code 2001 in the technical analysis and evaluation of logistics and maintenance impacts as they related to new and existing weapon systems for CNRFC and other DoD components. They also provided technical analysis and review of equipment and Weapon System Modifications, ECPs, Configuration Control, Reliability, Readiness, and ILS.

Contract: N65326-02-C-N775, Zone: 3, Role: Sub. (CIBER) Naval Tactical Command Supply System – Fleet Support Services (NTCSS FSS). CIBER implements life-cycle support, and training of the multiple application software systems under the Naval Tactical Command Supply System – Fleet Support Services (NTCSS FSS). CIBER operates Optimized NTCSS/Ported SNAP I and SNAP II, NALCOMIS OMA/IMA, Micro SNAP/Microcomputer Applications, and ATLASS hardware and software. Responsibilities included: (1) ensuring all aspects of the system were maintained to provide full system’s design functionality and availability, and (2) conducting site implementations, including Technical Compatibility Testing (TCT) of systems software, developing technical curriculum, and conducting training.

Contract: FA8540-06-C-0020, Zone: 4, Role: Prime. (TDL) See FA 3.2, Zone 4

Contract: N66001-05-D-5006, Zone: 6, Role: Prime. (ARINC) See FA 3.1, Zone 6.

FA 3.6 Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support (C.3.6)

Contract: N00178-04-D-4148/FG01, Zone: 2, Role: Prime. (TSM) TSM assessed business processes and impacts to newly introduced or modified weapon systems. TSM developed and delivered system engineering tools and processes that supported the Navy Reserve’s decision-making process. TSM provided services that spanned the entire life cycle of weapon systems introduced to the Navy Reserve and DoD inventories. TSM developed alternatives to meet cost, risk, schedule, and readiness objectives. Capabilities and limitations were addressed, along with human engineering issues and environmental concerns. Technical support was provided to assist fleet maintainers and operators to introduce a weapon system to the operational environment . TSM designed the support to provide managers with easy access to timely, accurate data.

Contract: N00140-03-C-0040, Zone: 3, Role: Sub. (CIBER) Naval Tactical Command Supply System – Information Technology Support System (NTCSS ITSS). CIBER, under a second award of a multiple-year contract, provides the fleet with a modernized version of the Optimized NTCSS software at ashore and afloat sites. The team will design, develop, integrate, implement and web-enable life-cycle support of the tactical command support management information systems to meet existing and emergent C4I requirements. Software will be developed with processes and procedures that are CMMI SEI, Level 3 or higher compliant.

Contract: F01620-03-D-0004; DO 11, Zone: 4, Role: Prime. (Smartronix) Smartronix provides systems engineering, software modeling, configuration management, technical documentation, and application development for GCSS-AF Infrastructure Framework (IF). Smartronix applies expertise in Oracle, ERP, JAVA, data warehousing, decision support systems, GCSS-IF, XML, architecture implementation, Web services, and Geo-Spatial products to meet task requirements. Smartronix supported the modification of the Expeditionary Site Planning (BSESP) Tool, formerly the Logistician’s Contingency Assessment Tools (LOGCAT).

Contract: NAD000006, Zone: 6, Role: Sub. (CIBER) CIBER integrated the use of GPS/Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology (Windows XP, ArcIMS, geo-database /SDE) into Bureau of Land Management (BLM) business processes and provided on-site GPS/GIS Coordination and Technical Support to the BLM managers and staff. They also provided web-master, data communications, technical help-desk, and technical training support.

FA 3.7 Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support (C.3.7)

Contract: GS-23F-0040K/GST0006AJ0006, Zone: 2, Role: Prime. (DRC) Joint Strike Fighter Program Office (JSFPO)-Acquisition Logistics Support. DRC provided analysts to plan, execute, and ensure completion of RM&A studies, capturing the lessons learned from logistics and maintenance support for legacy weapon systems. RM&A studies included assessments of the effects on sortie generation, logistics footprint, manpower personnel and training, life cycle costs, and operational/support cost effectiveness for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). DRC was a key contributor in submittal of study results/conclusions to the R&M lead that supported development of key JSF Joint Operational Requirements documentation.

Contract: FA8523-05-C-0062, Zone: 4, Role: Prime. (TDL) TDL performed failure-trend analysis and failure-mode analysis in an effort to improve the Reliability, Maintainability and Availability of the AN/ALE-47 Countermeasures Dispensing System, used by the USAF and USN. The MTBF projected by the OEM was significantly higher than the actual MTBF observed. TDL performed design analysis to identify any design flaws. Repair data from the Navy’s DECKPLATE database and the AF maintenance depot data were analyzed to identify the board level and part level failures. Parts obsolescence studies were performed to project the availability of the parts. TDL successfully performed root-cause analysis and recommended design improvements to improve system reliability.

FA 3.12 Information Systems (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support (C.3.12)

Contract: N00014-04-D-0496; Zone 2, Role: Prime. (Smartronix) Smartronix provides full life cycle IT support services to the Chief Information Officer, Office of Naval Research. Support includes operation and maintenance of ONR IT systems, servers, and networks; help desk and end-user support services; NMCI Transition support; support to the Navy Science and Technology (S&T) Functional Area Manager (FAM); Information Assurance (IA) and Certification and Accreditation (C&A) support; Web development; Audio-visual and Video Teleconferencing support; Telecommunications, including VoIP and Blackberry device support; Program Management services; Technology Concept Development and Enterprise Architecture and overall system integration support.

Contract: M67001-06-F-0212, Zone: 3, Role: Prime. (Smartronix) Smartronix provides data planning services in support of II MEF operations and exercises, including operations and maintenance of computer information hardware, software, LANs, WANs, data communications systems, routers, switches, and servers for crucial Marine Corps tactical applications and support deployed LAN/WAN architectures, and other server-supported applications. Smartronix conducts data communications planning, engineering, and troubleshooting for 50,000+ users during operations and exercises and prepares planning documents to meet all tactical data connectivity requirements. Smartronix incorporates Marine Corps network security standards into network plans for modifications to tactical data communications policies and SOPs.

Contract: DABT60-02-C-0009, Zone: 4, Role: Prime. (CIBER) CIBER performs operations for the DOIM at Fort Rucker. CIBER provides information management services to the Army Safety Center, Army Aviation Technical Test Center, Army Aeromed Research Laboratory, and Lyster Army Hospital. The services include Continuity of Operations Plans and Disaster Recovery (COOP/DR), Security/Information Assurance, IT Infrastructure Planning, IT Services and Support Training, Helpdesk and Problem Resolution, Release Management, Campus Area Network (CAN) Planning and Operations, Microsoft Exchange and DMS Operations, Active Directory Planning and Migration, Desktop Asset Management, Configuration Management, Database Management, Internet and Intranet Web Administration, Inside/Outside Plan Operations, Telecommunications, Records Management, Official Mail and Distribution, Forms and Publications, and Printing Program.

Contract: F05604-00-C-9003, Zone: 6, Role: Sub. (CIBER) CIBER provides operations and maintenance support, and management of Cheyenne Mountain command, control, communications and computer (C4) systems. Specific services include supporting mission systems, data networks, voice communications, video systems, and mission centers. CIBER performs planning support, installation support, systems security, testing support, system operations, systems maintenance, systems shutdown/start-up, systems removal/relocation.

FA 3.16 Logistics Support (C.3.16)

Contract: GS-10F-0358P/0405DO42113, Zone: 2, Role: Prime. (CSI) CSI provided a range of logistics support to the OADUSD/LPP to include: Total Life Cycle Systems Management (TLSCM), Performance Based Logistics (PBL), Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), PBL Training, and the development of the DoD Microelectronics Strategic Roadmap. CSI provided engineering and management analyses to DoD weapon system program offices associated with life cycle fleet management. CSI provided asset management, reliability centered maintenance, fleet management, failure reporting, prognostics, technical manuals, and technical product data. CSI documented best practices from leading DoD programs.

Contract: N65236-03-D-3827, Zone: 3, Role: Prime. (ARINC) ARINC provided engineering services to Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center, Charleston, Air Traffic Control (ATC) Systems Engineering Division (Code 31). The support included system integration, planning, research, development, software support, logistics, project management, Acquisition Logistics Support Plans (ALSPs) and User Logistics Support Summaries (ULSS), Interim Support Plans, Transitions Plans, and Program Support Data (PSD) Sheets.

Contract: N00178-04-D-4016, Zone: 4, Role: Prime. (ARINC) ARINC provides engineering support to NSWC PCD. They support NSWC PCD efforts in the area of MIW theory to reflect the advent of Organic and Littoral Systems. MIW theory will be integrated into joint warfare with the advent of Risk Based Planning (RBP) and analyses. They also provide acquisition logistics support including review of OEM Contractor Level of Repair Analysis (LORA) and Failure Modes and Effects Criticality Analysis (FMECA), conduct of independent ILS assessments and analyses, and verification of ILS data using RAPTOR.

Contract: N66001-05-D-5006, Zone: 6, Role: Prime. (ARINC) See FA 3.1, Zone 6.

FA 3.20 Program Support (C.3.20)

Contract: HC1047-05-D-4005; TAT0053, Zone: 2, Role: Sub. (CSI) CSI provided Project Management support, logistics analysis, and subject matter expertise for Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), AIR 6.7.4, Integrated Warfighter Support Service (IWSS) Division. CSI developed and implemented an IMS and associated IMP that effectively integrated all activities; technical, programmatic, budget, and contractor support into one plan.

Contract: N00030-07-C-0011, Zone: 3, Role: Sub. (CIBER) As a former prime contractor and current subcontractor on the Support for the Strategic [Submarine] Systems Program (SP-15), CIBER recruited, hired, and deployed a large number of experienced Navy staff to provide the administrative infrastructure for submarine training. CIBER provided training material acquisition and support, including multimedia training product development. CIBER provided assistance with information resource management (IRM) support, including CIBER-paperless-classroom implementations and interactive technical manuals (IETM). CIBER conducted training analysis, design, development and evaluation for a full life-cycle solution through manning analysis support (MAS), training effectiveness analysis, personnel and training evaluation program (PTEP) support, providing verification and validation (V&V) services for multimedia training products and UK Polaris and TRIDENT support and coordination services.

Contract: M67854-6-D-7003, Zone: 4, Role: Prime. (IEI) IEI performed Integrated Logistics Support functions, to include Reliability, Prediction, and Documentation of Supporting Data, Failure Summary/Analysis Report, Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Maintainability Task List Report, Maintainability Task Analysis Report, Safety Assessment Report (SAR), and System Safety Hazard Analysis Report. IEI developed and executed an effective test support, maintenance and repair program in support of the accelerated VHP Hunter SDD program. IEI developed and delivered Contractor Logistics Support Plans and Field Service Support activities. IEI performed Logistics Support Analysis, performed Sparing Analysis, generated Recommended Buy Lists, and DMS/Obsolescence Management. IEI developed a complete training package for the VHP Hunter Program. They provided training for all facets of the program, from training testers to training Marines in the field. Training aids included comprehensive Operational Guides, User and Instructor manuals, and Test Manuals.

Contract: N66001-05-D-5006, Zone: 6, Role: Prime. (ARINC) See FA 3.1, Zone 6.



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